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The GitHub for mobile beta is now available on Android—learn more and sign up to be part of a limited test group.
There’s a lot you can do on GitHub that doesn’t require a complex development environment, like sharing feedback on a design discussion or reviewing a few lines of code. We’re making these tasks easier to complete while you’re on the go, with a fully-native experience. With GitHub for mobile, you have the flexibility to move work forward and stay in touch with your team, wherever you are.
At GitHub Universe 2019, we announced GitHub for mobile and launched a beta for iOS. Missed our announcement? Watch the moment we introduced GitHub for mobile during the keynote.
If you signed up for the Android waitlist, you should have received an email invite with a link to test. Missed the waitlist? You can still sign up to test the Android app. While there are a limited number of seats available for the beta, we’ll open more as they become available.
Sign up for the GitHub for Android beta
GitHub for mobile helps you to review code, merge changes, and collaborate with others from anywhere.
You can use GitHub for mobile on any phone running Android 5.1 or later. Since the app is fully native, it supports multiple screen sizes and settings, including dark mode.